Particles, moon cave, and bombs: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR

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Particles, moon cave, and bombs: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR

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  Last updated December 14, 2017 at 10:58 am

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Join ICRAR Astrophysicist Dr Luke Davies and Cosmos Consultant Gregory Rowbotham for a morning tea full of space (and other) news with a spin.


This week: Particles heavy enough for us to feel, something huge is found on the moon, and we find out how stars are formed. Finally, what happens when you accidentally drop nuclear bombs? Don’t forget if you have a question you want us to answer, just put it in the comments below and we’ll get on it in a future episode.


Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR – every fortnight.


Additional production by Pete Wheeler and Kirsten Gottschalk (no producers were harmed in the filming of this video).


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ICRAR is an institute of astronomers, engineers and big data specialists supporting the Square Kilometre Array, the world’s largest radio telescope. ICRAR is an equal joint venture between Curtin University and The University of Western Australia, with funding support from the State Government of Western Australia.